Europe Summer Sale
Up to $80 Off: Europe Sale!
Get up to $80 off rail passes, train tickets & activities with our exclusive Europe Summer Sale! Must book by July 7, 2016 and use applicable coupon code:
Use SUMMER80 to get $80 off your purchase of $801 or more-SOLD OUT
Use SUMMER45 to get $45 off your purchase of $601 or more-SOLD OUT
Use SUMMER20 to get $20 off your purchase of $401 or more
From June 23, 2016 through July 7, 2016 use coupon code SUMMER80 to get $80 off your purchase of $801 or more. Use coupon code SUMMER45 to get $45 off your purchase of $601 or more. Use coupon code SUMMER20 to get $20 off your purchase of $401 or more. One coupon code per booking may be applied. No other discounts can be combined with this offer. Minimum booking amount is required to get the applicable coupon code discount. Group bookings of 10 or more are excluded from this offer. Offer is limited to the first 1027 bookings, or until the promotion’s end date of 5:00 pm ET on July 7, 2016, whichever comes first. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice at Rail Europe’s sole discretion. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases.
Even in Switzerland, we can make time stand still
There are parts of Switzerland that haven’t changed for millions of years. Glaciers. Alps. Even natural hot tubs. So it should come as no surprise that the best way to travel in Switzerland hasn’t changed either, by train. With a Swiss Mountain Peaks rail inclusive package from Rail Europe. It includes 4 rail trips and 3 nights in a 3-star hotel as part of a dramatic journey. Your travel begins by experiencing the spectacular views of Switzerland from Schilthorn/Piz Gloria (if it looks familiar, than you must be a James Bond fan).
And there’s the equally awe-inspiring excursion to the kingdom of ice otherwise known as Mt. Titlis, a glacial paradise you’ll access by cable car including the revolutionary Titlis Rotair offering a 360 degree panoramic view all year round. So even as you pass Alps 15,000 feet above sea level, you’re never above see level. Once again, it seems Rail Europe really has thought of everything.